Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Secondary Modern Foreign Languages
Department: Institute of Education
Starting Salary: £21,967 per annum, based on full time equivalent £36,613
Hours: 21 hours per week (0.6 FTE)
St Mary’s University has a long and distinguished history and a very modern outlook. Since its foundation in 1850 it has fostered the intellectual, physical and spiritual development of its students to assist them to have successful careers and flourishing lives.
The Institute of Education aspires to be a model of collaborative engagement, in which provision for those working in diverse educational settings is characterised by outstanding professional research, practice and our distinctive and yet inclusive catholic nature. This is manifested in a culture which promotes, with integrity, support and challenge, collaboration, partnership and passion in learning, in order to nurture those working with children, young people and their families to be ready to meet the challenges of today and anticipate and shape those of tomorrow.
We are now looking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Education to support our Primary and Secondary MfL Programme. The contract will commence on 1st September 2018
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to join a forward-thinking team in the development of teaching and training in secondary education. The candidate will be involved in the design and delivery of MfL courses through to M level with a substantive part of their work with secondary ITE trainees across PGCE programmes. The post provides an exciting opportunity for an innovative MfL curriculum expert to support the development of an already successful team within the education department. The candidate will have the opportunity to contribute to the wider work of the education department and a willingness to contribute to our cross- curricular teaching pattern. As part of your role you will be required to support trainees on school experience. Qualified Teacher Status and experience of secondary science teaching are essential requirements for the post.
The IOE is committed to supporting staff to develop scholarly and research in their own area of interest.
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Closing date: 22 June 2018 at 23.59.
Interviews are likely to be held week beginning 25 June 2018.